Alex Perera '21 has spent the summer learning and working in a prestigious internship at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, based at California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California.
Ritchel Calvaire '22 receives his bachelor's degree in computer engineering on Sunday, May 8. The achievement is one that marks four years of exploration, development, and self-realization at Florida Polytechnic University.
Teams of Florida Polytechnic University seniors showed off their hard work on industry-sponsored, tech-focused projects at the annual Capstone Design Showcase on Wednesday, April 27.
When Javier Lozada '22 receives his bachelor's degree in computer engineering with a concentration in embedded systems design from Florida Polytechnic University on May 8, the talented student will be ready to step into a job as a software engineer at L3 Harris Technologies.
Developing error-resilient and highly energy efficient computing platforms for ultra-low power applications will be the focus of a new research at Florida Polytechnic University funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
A team of Florida Polytechnic University capstone students is designing a device that will help engineers at Florida Space Institute and the Hawking Center for Microgravity Research effectively perform microgravity simulations.
As Ivelisse Rodriguez progressed through high school and the time to enter college neared, she wondered how she'd pay for the education she always dreamed of. While she aspired to be the first in her family to go to college, the path toward her dreams was unclear.
As the leader of the Florida Polytechnic University chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Catherine Abraham is thrilled to play a role in helping Black students on campus feel welcome and supported.
Dr. Bruce Jacob, an internationally recognized researcher and chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Florida Polytechnic University, has joined the editorial board of IEEE Access.
Physical therapist Mike Ryan had a bright idea to improve his industry, so he turned to Florida Polytechnic University students to make his dream of a bionic physical therapy machine a reality.